In this accessible study, McFarland reveals the continual thread of three deities in pagan religions from as far back as the Sumerians (3000 B.C.). Studded with lively facts and fascinating quotes, he also offers the ancient counterpoint of Melchizedek, the Acts 2 outpouring of the Holy Ghost, and the moment when Emperor Constantine incorporated Christianity - and the Trinity - into the Roman Empire. An excellent general study of this important issue, with pages for personal notes, and an appendix for further reading. 'Many scholars believe the doctrine of the Trinity originated in 325 A.D. at the council of Nicaea. Bro. McFarland has researched this false doctrine back to the day of Noah and Abraham. A very interesting and easy-to-read story.' 'Paul Ray Cagle
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Book Description n/a, 2005. Spiral-bound. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0976991306